Sunday, November 3, 2013

Zach Ness "Let It Ride" Builder Series On National Geographic

                                            - Photograph by Pilgrim Film and Television 























It is so nice to watch a show that puts out real bikes, built to ride. 

This finished 2009 "Blue Devil" custom Harley-Davidson softtail was featured in the latest episode of "Let It Ride" -- the reality builder TV show staring Zach Ness that airs on Wednesdays on the National Geographic channel.

Zach and his crew create highly functional, powerful and beautiful customs that carry on the tradition established by his legendary grandfather, Arlen Ness.

Launched in August, new episodes air at 7 pm Wednesday and are show again at 3 pm the following Wednesday. 

Next Airing: WED NOV 6 - 3 PM ET
The episode, "Cop for a Day" originally aired at 7 pm Oct. 31

When a high-profile personal injury lawyer wants a custom bike with a tight turnaround time, Zach makes him an offer he might regret: If you don't like the bike, you don't have to buy it. Then, when an Alameda County police officer comes by to get his Victory Vegas customized, the deal is sweetened with a friendly challenge at the department's training facility. Finally, Zach's grandpa Arlen Ness is being honored with an exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.